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Weather followed by Society Goes Spaghetti
An RKO film
Andy Crane - starting with Playbus stops today at
The Why Bird Stop where the 'Who What When Where and Why Bird', usually, known as the Why Bird, helps the driver to sort out lost property and uses her machine to tell her story. Driver Brian Jameson Puppeteer
FIONA BEYNON BROWN Title music RICHARD BROWN
Title design PAUL JOHNSON Designer TONY LAWRENCE Producer PENNY LLOYD
Jimbo Down Under (R)
with Patricia Hayes
Weather followed by Open Air
Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes ask 'what did you think of last night's TV?'
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Sue Cook , Judi Spiers and Simon Potter
Sally Burton looks back at the illustrious and sometimes turbulent life and times of her late husband,
Richard Burton. Simon Potter goes on a trip to a big country with Big Country, as the top
Scottish band make their first visit to the Soviet Union. Plus music from
with Michael Buerk
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Daphne introduces Des to the wonders of childbirth. Written by RICK MAIER
Directed by CHRIS LANGMAN
Henry Kelly introduces seven new European contestants to battle it out for a place in this week's heat final. Join them in Beat the Buzzer, Four in a Row and the final round Head to Head.
starring with guest star Dane Clark A Killing Will Occur
Ironside receives anonymous phone calls warning him that a murder is planned in the interest of 'justice'.
Written by ALVIN SAPINSLEY Directed by DON weis (R)
Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Eve Whitfield:
Join Hudson and Halls in their super space-age kitchen which is transformed into a French cafe as Peter Hudson and David Halls demonstrate some delicious variations with crepes, both savoury and sweet, once the basic art of crepe-making has been mastered. They are ably assisted by their special guest, star of 'Allo 'Allo!,
Gorden Kaye , who adds his own continental touch.
Producer GEORGINA ABRAHAMS Director BOB MARSLAND
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with Judi Spiers and Rob Curling
Bazaar's own dirtbuster,
Don Aslett , cleans windows perfectly in minutes, interior designer Jocasta Innes gives tired blinds the kiss of life, Bazaar's new money clinic helps you budget without tears and Italian chef
Bruno Zani prepares pasta the professional way. Director DAVE THOMAS
Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS (e)
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Andy Crane - starting with Stoppit and Tidyup Hurry Up
Narrated by Terry Wogan
When Tidyup catches
Naughtypox, Stoppit and Hurry Up have to race to the valley of the sitdowns to find a cure ...
with Lindsey Coulson and Bill Wallis as Boz
'Just imagine a rabbit.... on a traffic island in the middle of a city.' Lindsey and Boz go to town and meet a host of rhymes and verses. The Commentator by GARETH OWEN
Engineering manager LAN DOW executive producer ANGELA BEECHING
Producer MARGIE BARBOUR
Based on the stories by:
Ming the Merciless develops a weather control device and plots to freeze the world solid!
Presented by Bruno Brookes
Vincent Thompson High School, Exeter v Mr Holland
Heath Comprehensive School, Runcorn
Who is going to be the 1988 champion of champions? Only one pupil and one teacher from the top six can reach Thursday's final. Today the first two contenders make their attempts to accumulate as many points as they can in order to qualify.
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with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
Monterey Bay Aquarium: A visit to the sardine factory-turned-aquarium - in Monterey Bay, California. Go diving in the wild with Caron, as she collects plants and animals from the ocean floor to restock the world's largest fish tank in the world's largest aquarium!
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Richard Bath Penny Bustin and Deborah Hall bring you tonight's news and views from London and the south east.
Plus sport from Michael Wale Editor FIONA CHESTERTON
Join Terry live at the Television Theatre as he talks to people in the news, Presents the best in entertainment and springs the occasional surprise.
with Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton campaigning on your behalf on the things that matter to you. On offer are revealing investigations from the crack Watchdog reporting team, and stories from your letters and calls. Reporters
MIKE EMBLEY , SARAH SPILLER Editor NICK HAYES
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by Miles Tredinnick
Starring Brian Wilde, Trevor Bannister
Although reluctant to admit that the only way to run a Proper Neighbourhood
Watch is in conjunction with the police, Wyatt is more than eager to attend the meeting at the village hall where the Crime Prevention Officer will give details about the scheme.
Crime Prevention Officer:
Woman on doorstep:
First of six parts written by Adrienne Conway
Starring Amanda Redman and James Hazeldine
and featuring June Barry, Lesley Duff, Michael Elwyn, Desmond McNamara
Bernie, although widowed, has a comfortable home, two happy children and makes a reasonable living as a cabbie. Sylvia is a successful literary agent, owns a flat in an elegant part of London and has a busy social life. All this has taken her a long way from the area of London in which both she and Bernie grew up, but has she really changed so very much?
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with Michael Buerk and Andrew Harvey
Regional News; Weather
Choosing the Future - the Genetic Revolution Using the latest DNA technology, scientists are identifying the genes which help to determine the kind of people we are. In an exclusive interview, Nobel Prize winner Dr James Watson , who helped to discover the structure of DNA, warns their work may harm our lives as well as improve them.
Steve Bradshaw analyses the genetic revolution with scientists, Baroness
Warnock, and some of the people whose lives have already been profoundly affected by choices that may later confront us all.
Producer FRANCESCA KIRBY GREEN Editor TIM GARDAM
starring and with guest stars
Knock, Knock ... Who's There? Crockett and Tubbs are about to clinch a drugs bust when, suddenly, they are raided by the drug enforcement agency. When the money and evidence go missing, suspicion falls on the vice cops - suspicion that would be better directed at i a desperate woman.
Written by DICK WOLF
Directed by TONY WHARMBY
with Barry Norman
Imagine: John Lennon -
Yoko Ono commissioned this documentary about John Lennon which includes unseen footage of her famous late husband. The film includes interviews with his first wife, Cynthia, sons
Julian and Sean, Lennon's Aunt Mimi, but excludes Paul McCartney ,
George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
Five Corners - John Patrick Shanley, Oscar-winning screenwriter of Moonstruck, is the author of this story set in 1964 in the Bronx. Jodie
Foster plays a tough Catholic kid in a tangled urban web of relationships.
Director DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE Producer JANE LUSH
First in a series of ten programmes about computers in society with Fred Harris The By-product
The space race of the 1960s developed a new breed of lightweight computers to control spacecraft. A major by-product was the silicon chip. If it weren't for the Apollo project, the personal computer would still be a fantasy of the future.
Film editor IAN MCKENDRICK Director TINA FLETCHER
Producer TERRY MARSH (e)
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